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Ch. 10 - A Man Called Toyoda Idemitsu
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1st page : the artist forgot to draw the burning cigarette :

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Goat’s eyes=Pro
Examples: Naruto and Jinou
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>How long would it takes to clean this place?!
atleast i am not the only one who asking that question.

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i am still unsure if this toyoda guy related to toyoda tadakatsu . i mean toyoda tadakatsu in danberu is much modest? idk

Last edited 2 mo ago by mrguest.

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Marvel's "March of Thanos" thinking.jpg

@lexy Dunno if it's the translators or the author, but it was clearly intentional so I'm leaning towards author

Last edited 2 mo ago by TehSDragon.

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I love the return of Sekibayashi Jun, but when are we going to see Marvelous Seki again?
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@pomodoro
Ok so this is just me reading between lines

First of, it is not obligatory for big companies to become member, remember Katahara predecessor rescind his membership and do his own things but presumably still live a succesful life. Association badge is there to give the business some legitimacy and reputation. So there is a chance that business that doesn't need more reputation doesn't go for the membership.

Secondly, it is likely he doesn't only operate in Japan as the series suggest, i mean he live anywhere he like and in previous chapters it is said that he operate in regions that Kengan association doesn't have much influence in
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THE MAN! THE MYTH! THE LEGEND! SEKIBAYASHI JUN HAS ENTERED THE STAGE!!! Can't wait to see if big boy lost the weight.

Last edited 2 mo ago by RazzyTazy.

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@TrueGoddessReincarnation

only if it stays popular, otherwise it gets the axe lol.
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@pomodoro
What are powerlevels? Manga's in this genre always do this shit where a stronger foe always exists.
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So in Kengan Omega they're training the future Kenny Omega?
Now I understand...
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@deken

Except this guy does underground and black market, not a legit company like the rest


When was this mentioned? I must have missed it.

Plus Kengan cannot force every company to be under their rule, it is just that most big companies chose to be part of it


My argument was that if Toyoda is as rich as they claim, chance is that he had some friction with some Kengan members. The question is, what happened? Then comes the 3 possibilities that I mentioned.

This is not a dispute between members of the two associations, this is a challenge from one organization to the other


True. Never claimed otherwise. Don't see how this is relevant to the question I raised.

But of course this is all fictional and can be made up however the author wishes for an excuse to further the manga.


Yup, especially in this kind of fighting shounen manga.
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@pomodoro Except this guy does underground and black market, not a legit company like the rest. Plus Kengan cannot force every company to be under their rule, it is just that most big companies chose to be part of it. This is not a dispute between members of the two associations, this is a challenge from one organization to the other. If i remember correctly, Kengan is losing popularity and Purgatory has been gaining power since, nothing stays on top forever. But of course this is all fictional and can be made up however the author wishes for an excuse to further the manga.
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@jimmy204 Having a rep taking care of his Kengan matches is a good possibility. It would be interesting to see whether some past CEOs that we have known are actually under him.

But I'd think that given the fact that he owns Purgatory, he should have been at the very least be interested in Kengan matches. It is bigger than his Purgatory, after all.
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@pomodoro even if he had a company under him that was in a kengan match, it's pretty unlikely he'd care enough to show up for it considering his personality. They said he lives around the world and considering how much money he owns I think he'd just leave the representative of that company to take care of it. Plus we don't know exactly how he became so rich so it's possible he doesn't even own a company thats under the Kengan association although I think that's unlikely.
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@TrueGoddessReincarnation

That comparison does not work at all in this case. The premise of Kengan association somewhat necessitates the appearance of this guy sooner.

There was no need for Jiren, plot-wise, to appear in Z.

@deken

IIRC the premise of Kengan association is to resolve dispute between companies in Japan. So if this guy is the richest tycoon in Japan, chance is high that he owns some company that should have had some dispute with one of the 418 Kengan-associated companies, at which he should resolve it via Kengan matches. So it is either:
1. He never had a dispute with any Kengan-associated company, so he has no need to be involved in Kengan matches. This is too convenient of a plot device imo. Kengan companies are huge, and this guy is huge. There should have been friction.
2. Kengan members can also fight in Purgatory, as AFAIK there is no rule for double membership between fighting orgs. This can be an answer.
3. Past disputes between member of Kengan and a member of Purgatory was never resolved via fights, which also imo a cheap plot device.

Anyway, this is just me nitpicking. I still enjoy the manga a lot.

Last edited 2 mo ago by pomodoro.

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Is anyone else getting the feeling that Koga's gonna get trained by quite a few returning characters? It seems like a plausible in-universe way for him to actually catch up to Ryuki in a reasonable amount of time while also giving the fans what they want.
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@pomodoro Probably because he has his own fighting organization he rather promote than be part of Kengan. This second season is a contest between the two organizations.
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@pomodoro
"If this x wasn't introduced in DB Super for being the strongest why didn't he appear in Z?"
Cause battle shonen
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If this Toyoda bloke is the richest tycoon in Japan, why wasn't he involved in the first season?

Last edited 2 mo ago by pomodoro.

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@agtra

Nezu was the champion of Bishamon, not purgatory. Plus there's a two year gap, so who knows how much stronger fighters have gotten in either underground organizations.

Last edited 2 mo ago by fuckinglasersights.

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